Controlled Chaos

Controlled Chaos

The Assistant to a world-famous film director must hide her boss' scandalous lifestyle from reporters.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hollywood,   drugs,   scandal,  

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Mima M (de) wrote: Ne mogu da verujem da sam ovo gledala, ne znam ni koju ocenu da dam filmu LOL

Corwin M (us) wrote: This is a very sad and cute, and candid movie, a documentary of the lives of four people scrounging a living as mock superheroes in Hollywood while puruing dreams of becoming actors and "making it big". Superman is the kindhearted, upstanding, generous man that Clark Kent would have been proud of who lives out an obsession, Batman is the angry man with a checkered past who looks like George Clooney, the Hulk is a young black kid whow has had a rough life and has lived on the streets but seems to be starting to make it as a small-time actor, and Wonder Woman is the beautiful but confused girl who is kind but seems to harbor a deep-seated need for attention and affection.

Marischa B (br) wrote: Well there will always be a difference in opinions, and mine does somewhat stray from the negative. I've enjoyed watching SG-1 over the years and still find pleasure in hunting down the latest episode of Atlantis. That said i did enjoy this movie, both for it's originality in plot and because it stays true to the series. Way to often have we seen movies that were more like spin offs than anything. You could argue that this could have been just another double header, but the shere amount of known characters in ever so small parts shows that this one has been done for the love of the show and fans, rather than "just in it for the money" I'd like to give it a 10 out of 10, but i also have to maintain a certain level of reality, where 10/10 is reserved for movies that stretches my imagination. I won't be talking about this for several months to come, but i will however make sure that all my fellow SG-1 fans know that this exist and is well worth their time.

(ru) wrote: hrithik's superb acting!. story is not so nic. der r unnecesary conversations & songs. direction is ok. it's not gr8 only bcoz of story.

Sanduria N (nl) wrote: I am feeling Christian Bale

Robert B (de) wrote: Very Bad Things (Peter Berg, 1998)[originally posted 22Oct2000]Very Bad Things? Very good film.Before going any further, let me clarify, since you may be asking yourself: yes, THAT Peter Berg. Dr. Kronk.This movie is risky as hell. Berg, who both wrote and directed, was out to redefine the black comedy as we know it. And when you get that black, you get into territory where you're almost certain to lose your audience. But in this case, Berg's determination to cross that line, and to cross it as often as necessary, turns the film from a typical black comedy into something worth watching.Kyle (Jon Favreau) is getting married to Laura (Cameron Diaz). His best man, Robert Boyd (Christian Slater), and a few of their pals decide to take Kyle to Vegas for his bachelor party. During the festivities, a prostitute dies by accident. From there on, the film details what they decide to do with the body, and how it affects each of the party members. Doesn't sound like gut-wrenchingly funny stuff, does it? But Berg consistently goes over the top with it, sometimes more subtly than others. I've got one of the sickest senses of humor I know, and I found the chuckles few and far between until about a half hour before the end of the film, but that didn't bother me much. The interaction between the characters was absorbing enough to keep me interested until the laughs started coming regularly. And when they do, boy do they ever. You're left at the end of this film thinking that it was a two-hour shaggy dog joke, that the whole film was built around what may be one of the most hysterical-- and memorable-- final scenes in all of filmdom. But this is one of those jokes where the punchline is so perfect that you don't mind having to listen to two hours of setup. It's certainly not for everyone, but if you like your humor just this side of insanity, you'll laugh as hard as I did at that last scene. *** 1/2

amirah b (kr) wrote: hi put the movies freelike the movies but not youLove the movies.

david t (gb) wrote: i would like to see this one..

Daniel K (es) wrote: 1.5: Hmm. I was prompted to watch these by an article in The New Yorker that I read a year or two ago. I wasn't expecting them to be outstanding, but I was expecting something better than this. I have now seen essentially every Charlie Chan film, or at least all that were made between 1931 and 1947 (29 films). What struck me most is that these really have more in common with a television show than a feature film. Each film is essentially the same except for the "location." I guess it makes sense as they serve essentially the same purpose. One can essentially watch every film on auto-pilot comfortable in the knowledge that one knows exactly which characters will pop up and that everything will be satisfactorily resolved in the end. They are "C" picture at best. Sidney Toler is pretty good; Warner Toland is somewhat acceptable; and the other two one picture no-names are either inconsequential or awful. It is rather ludicrous that they didn't allow an actual Asian actor to play the role, but the portrayal of African-American's is much more heinous. They certainly pale in comparison to just about every other detective picture/TV series I've ever seen. None of the films rate an individual review so this will have to suffice for all 29.

Paul E (us) wrote: You know how after a celebrity dies the media tends to do a "re-evaluation" of their career? They'll say something like, "Maybe it wasn't as bad as we thought it was." That's the only reason I can think of as to why I added "RV" to my Netflix queue. Well, in this case they got it wrong - it is as bad the reviews said it was. There is not one single original thing in the entire film. To make matters worse, Robin Williams seems muted throughout. Williams was someone who should never have been muted. Things I liked: the scenery, Kristin Chenoweth and...that's about it.

Justin B (gb) wrote: Loud and silly. Objectively I can say that this is the best of the sequels; offering more of the minor heart seen in the first film. Subjectively I still love me some crappy munks movies.